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Forest men of iron and steel

In the first half of the eighteenth century significant developments in the production of iron and steel took place in the Forest of Dean, the work of father and son metallurgists, David and Robert Mushet. 152 more words

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Wear the Forest of Dean

The new catalogue from White Stuff arrived last week and looking through it we spotted this dress call The Forest of Dean.  Very nice too – my wife likes it!  140 more words

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The LEFT INSIDE column: "Fundamentally Left-wing"

{web exclusive: from the next Clarion, an un-edited edition of Carl Spiby‘s ‘Left Inside’ column in which he gives us his view  as a communist within the Labour Party}. 1,055 more words

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The Forest of Dean reflects on events in Gaza

July – August, 2014:  Whilst Israeli forces set about the destruction of the infrastructure of Gaza, demonstrations and peace vigils have been held across Britain and the world.  320 more words

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Aunt Martha’s Victorian Tea Rooms: Drybrooks’s hidden gem

Tucked away on the outskirts of Drybrook is one of the Forest of Dean’s hidden gems, which has slowly been gathering momentum since 2007. If you are a self confessed connoisseur of tea-rooms, local food or Victoriana, you must pay a visit to Aunt Martha’s Victorian Tea Rooms for an authentic recreation of the period, as well as some of the finest fare from the Forest of Dean district! 1,615 more words

Memories Are Made Of This

This September make sure you take a trip out to the Forest of Dean to take a look at exquisite paintings by Mary Edwards in a special art exhibition.  207 more words

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